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Premium prize bond Rs 40,000 Draw #11 Quetta list 10 December 2019

Rs. 40000 Premium Prize bond Draw Number 11 will be held in Quetta City on 10the December 2019 in Quetta city. National savings of Pakistan Premium 40000 Prize bond list 10/12/2019 check online by awampk.com

National Premium prize bond Rs 40,000 in Pakistan

Documents are required for the Premium Prize Bond Sale Application.

  • Copy of CNIC.
  • Account Maintenance Certificate ( A/C title, IBAN number, status of a/c, Bank & Branch Name).
  • Tax Certificate in case of Filer.
  • Nominee CNIC detail.
Premium Prize Bond Draw Rs. 40000 Full List 10th December 2019 Quetta

Winner list

1st-bond number.315554

2nd-bond number 222386,508980,845315

National Premium prize bond Rs 40,000 Prizes

First Prize eight Core Rupees (80000000) with annual Profit 3% per anum, 2nd prize Three Core(30000000) Rupees and third prize Five Lac Rupees(500000

 

National Premium prize bond Rs 40,000 draws in Pakistan

You can view /download current and previous draw which is held in Pakistan here

Premium Prize Bond Rs.40000 draws the year 2020

DateDraw1st2ndCityFull list
11-03-202012thMultan
10-06-202013thKarachi
10-09-202014thRawalpindi
10-12-202015thHyderabad
Rs. 40000 Lucky Prize Bond Draw Result 10th December 2019 Quetta full list uploaded Soon

Prize Bond Draw Result Rs. 40000 Premium Quetta 10 December 2019 Full List. The full list of draw will be available below the Table when it will be declared by the  National Savings.

Premium Prize Bond Rs.40000 draws the year 2019

DateDraw1st2ndCityFull list
11-03-20198th953497891043 307083 218713RawalpindiDownload
10-06-20199th262154376674 514119 121907PeshawarDownload
11-09-201910th630918187576 792533 982127MuzaffarabadDownload
10-12-201911th315554222386,508980,845315QuettaDownload

Premium Prize Bond Rs.40000 draws the year 2018

DateDraw1st2ndCityFull list
12-03-20184th434303023961 519469 931526HyderabadDownload
11-06-20185th467508086866 087033 427609RawalpindiDownload
10-09-20186th888764018472 739879 779423QuettaDownload
10-12-2018 7th550275348803  808191  921234MuzaffarabadDownload

Premium Prize Bond Rs.40000 draws the year 2017

DateDraw #1st2ndCityFull list
12-06-20171st570672138786 343560 745872PeshawarDownload
11-09-20172nd096218276032 794074 847494LahoreDownload
11-12-20173rd051122543960 579951 604974KarachiDownload

The Government of Pakistan brought National Premium prize bond Rs 40,000 in Pakistan in June 2017. First of this prize bond is held on twelfth June 2017 at Peshawar. Every year 4 draw is geared up by way of SBP in the month of March, June, October, and December.

The Central Directorate of National Savings (CDNS) initiated a new registered prize bond scheme called “PREMIUM PRIZE BONDS (REGISTERED)” parallel to the National Prize Bonds Scheme. Contrary to the National Prize Bonds (bearer), the Premium Prize Bond is a registered prize bond that is issued in the identity of the registered investor.

The investor receives a six-monthly earnings on funding at a price notified with the aid of the Government of Pakistan from time to time in addition to eligibility for prize money in quarterly draws, problem to compliance to shut length requirements.

The Office of Issue is the SBP Banking Services Corporation (SBP BSC) Office from where the Premium Prize Bond is issued. the Premium Prize Bond is now not a product of State Bank of Pakistan. The Premium Prize Bond Scheme is initiated by the Central Directorate of National Savings (CDNS) and Bonds are issued as a Central Government Debt. All policy-related matters/rules pertaining to this scheme are devised by using the CDNS in coordination with SBP BSC.

The SBP BSC acts as an agent to the Government for the management of this scheme. Each bond has a unique alpha-numeric range the place the alpha denotes the sequence and the wide variety displays bond serial number e.g. A123456. The sequence of prize bonds shall be issued in sequential order except I & O which will no longer be used as series. Each sequence of bonds consists of one much less than a million portions of bonds i.e. from 000001 to 999,999.